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Any Virtual Lab ?

Any Virtual Lab ?

Any Virtual Lab ?

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Hi all,

I am completely new to Networking. I am taking a distance-learning course on this subject at MCC.

I can follow the theory well, but I need to see some practical applications and equipments. Is there any good site with a virtual lab or demo of these things ? Any such link you provide will be highly useful to me.

Thanks a lot,
Sheila

RE: Any Virtual Lab ?

I am preparing for some cert exams and what I am using is VMWares workstation it allows me to create virtual computers and gives me full networking capabilities, they sell versions to run under Windows or Linux hosts. Depending on your financial situation you might find the $299.00 expensive. Great Guest OS supports dos/win31/NT/W2K pro/server Linux ECT.....

 http://www.vmware.com/products/desktop/ws_features.html

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